Danny Williams (’14) on college homepage!

Check out this story about ES Senior Danny Williams’ adventures in Ecuador:

Balancing Progress and Paradise, Daniel Williams ’14 proposes road construction projects in Ecuador


…Danny is writing up his research for his project in Doc’s Senior Seminar (ES400).

Article about ES alumna, Jessica Lee!

Hi everyone,

Check out this article about Jess Lee (ES major, class of 2013). She was a research assistant with me in Iceland last summer, following the completion of her ES 460 project. Jess is currently working in Denmark at DIS, and they recently wrote this article about her. We recently published a paper together, too.




ES students invited to join Phi Beta Kappa!

Congratulations to senior ES majors Sondra Winders and Tasha Eulberg for earning Phi Beta Kappa honors!! Phi Beta Kappa is the oldest and most widely known academic honor society in the USA (see http://www.pbk.org/infoview/PBK_InfoView.aspx?t=&id=8 for details). That makes 3 ES majors in Phi Beta Kappa this year, as Alyson Hampsch was inducted last fall. Nice job!!

Happy Spring Break!


Sarah Principato, Associate Professor

Department of Environmental Studies

Gettysburg College

Gettysburg, PA 17325



Alyse Yeager ’12 publishes in Journal of Pest Science (with ES faculty)

Title: Sex, light, and sound: location and combination of multiple attractants affect probability of cane toad (Rhinella marina) capture
Authors: Alyse Yeager , John Commito, Andrew Wilson, Deborah Bower and Lin Schwarzkopf Journal of Pest Science

See the full text here:

DigitalGlobe Foundation features ES research

The DigitalGlobe Foundation has generously donated high-resolution imagery for two research projects conducted by ES Prof Rud Platt and students. These projects are now featured as case studies on the DigitalGlobe Foundation web site!

Case Study #1: Environmental Impacts of Relocating Indian Villages (assisted by Ethan Dively ’14, Jessie Pierce ’14, and Prof Monica Ogra).
Case Study #2: Evaluating Wildfire Hazards (assisted by Matthew Toich ’12 and Julie Ivers ’12)

See the complete list of case studies here: